Defence Ministry signs deal with BrahMos Aerospace
This contract is going to give further boost to indigenous production of critical weapon system and ammunition with active participation of indigenous industry.
Defence Ministry signs deal with BrahMos Aerospace for acquisition of additional dual-role capable Surface to Surface BrahMos missiles.
New Delhi: Providing further impetus to Aatmanirbharta in defence production, the Ministry of Defence (MOD) signed a contract today with M/s BrahMos Aerospace Pvt. Ltd. (BAPL) for acquisition of additional dual-role capable Surface to Surface BrahMos missiles at an overall approximate cost of Rs 1700 Crore under “Buy-Indian” Category.
The Induction of these dual-role capable Missiles is going to significantly enhance the operational capability of Indian Navy (IN) fleet assets.
It is notable that BAPL is a Joint Venture (JV) between India and Russia making crucial contribution to augment the new generation Surface-to-Surface Missiles (SSMs) with enhanced range and dual role capability for land as well as anti-ship attacks.
This contract is going to give further boost to indigenous production of critical weapon system and ammunition with active participation of indigenous industry.Read Also : Aviation Ministry's initiatives for workforce expansion in DGCA, AERA and AAI
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